KAANAPALI - The King Kamehameha III Elementary School PTA's first annual Ali'i Scramble Golf Tournament held at the Kaanapali Kai Course on Nov. 13 was a huge success.
The PTA exceeded its fundraising goal of $20,000 - a true testament to its 2011-12 PTA Motto of "T.E.A.M. - Together Everyone Achieves More."
According to the PTA, during the tournament, the "unheard of happened!"
Marc Dunn hit a hole-in-one and won a 2011 Ford Ranger 4x4.
Marc Dunn of Lahaina made his first-ever hole-in-one on Hole 3 of the Kaanapali Kai Course and won a 2011 Ford Ranger 4x4 courtesy of Jim Falk's Valley Isle Motors!
Jane Hehemann, who co-chaired the event with Toni King, was "thrilled about the outpouring of community support for the kids of King Kamehameha III. We really can't thank everyone enough - the players, sponsors and donations to the cause are truly generous and much appreciated!"
The Ali'i Scramble was helped by generous donations and the support of its Lead Sponsors: He-Man Landscaping, People Who Clean, Kaanapali Golf Courses, Royal Lahaina Resort, Tori Richard, ProService Hawaii, Kaanapali Land Management, Expeditions Maui-Lanai Ferry, Jim Falk's Valley Isle Motors, Cycle City Maui, Menehune Maps and Ralph and Ingrid Dinwiddie.
On-course food and beverage sponsors include Round Table Pizza, Hyatt Regency Maui, Royal Lahaina Resort and Young's Market, Mia James Hill and Tropic Water.
Additional support came from a long list of community participants, including Friendly Island Landscaping; Pacific Radio Group; Tropic Water; Taylor Made Golf; Nike Golf; Honolua Surf; Spike's West Side Ink; Teddy's Bigger Burgers; UFO Parasail; Maui Jim; Team Wyndham; VIP Food Service; Mia James Hill; Greg Brown; Debbie Arakaki; Randy and Tamara Blumer; America's Mattress; Plush Beauty Salon; Maui Grown Coffee; Westin Maui; Ritz-Carlton, Kapalua; Grand Wailea Resort; Nalu Pearl; Honua Kai Resort; Pineapple Grill; Maui Land & Pine; Lahaina Music; and Jim and Michele Heile.